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How to solve Hidoku: “cornering” (or “dead-end”)

Here is an explanation of a Hidato solving technique that some people might find obvious and they use it without even thinking of it as a special technique. But, for those who still struggle with the more difficult puzzles, here is a quick guide of the technique that I call “cornering“. It can be used […]
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A small Hidoku puzzle – but not too easy!

I believe that after all the puzzles that I’ve created and posted for you, you know that I prefer them difficult. It seems that there is a belief that the difficulty of Hidoku can only be increased by increasing it’s size. I know for a fact that it’s not true, because some of the Hidoku […]
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A new Hidoku puzzle – a difficult one this time!

Today I show you a bigger and more difficult Hidoku puzzle. To make sure you know what you’re solving, here are the (very simple) rules of Hidoku again: 1. It can be played on a square or rectangle of any size 2. Numbers from 1 to the size of the puzzle are used. For example, […]
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Hidoku

I told you there is something special coming today and here it is: my first Hidoku puzzle! These puzzles have been introduced earlier this year and it seems they’re catching on. They are being published under the name “Hidato” but I will have to use Hidoku. The rules of Hidoku (Hidato™): 1. It can be […] Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
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